There are consopposite sides to a story. As Bahoo Films asserted that they have achieved court stay request on the arrival of The Legend of Maula Jatt, we contacted the attorney of the litigant gathering to get their remark. Counselor Ahmed Pansota notified EPK on the present procedures and alarmingly enough he totally denied the stay request. Rather he educated us that the request will come in tomorrow.
“Today in High Court our case was fixed for hearing as where in Sarwar Bhatti had tested the stay excursion request that was go in licensed innovation council here in Lahore. According to the request there were opposite sides, according to the main side we were permitted to utilization of duplicate rights and our duplicate rights testament was affirmed for the reason that Sarwar Bhatti has cinematographic rights and we had the artistic right which we had gained by the excellence of the rights that vested in Mr Nasir Adeeb. By the goodness of that the stay was emptied, the other party had tested this that for what reason was the stay was cleared.
The request is yet to be passed and request sheet is yet to arrive in open space. Whatever was talked about in court today involved that unapproved utilization of copyrights ought to be halted. We can never consider utilizing something unapproved as we have the copyrights endorsement with us.
The request issued by the Honorable Lahore High Court, today, is being mis-announced in the media. Not the slightest bit have we been controlled from discharging our film the Legend of Maula Jutt. The Honorable High Court has only guided us to not utilize any unapproved copyright or trademarks. To this degree, there is no adjustment in existing conditions. We are not utilizing any unapproved copyright or trademarks, at any rate. We have a legitimate Copyright Certificate on the Script for the Legend of Maula Jutt. The Honorable High Court is cognizant of our Copyright Certificate.
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23 June, 2019